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As Bob Casey has been called up to the Ireland training squad this week, it’s given me a chance to fill in for him.
Gensians were denied victory by a long-range penalty from Ben Hough deep into injury time.
London Irish welcome back skipper Bob Casey and England pair Shane Geraghty and Paul Hodgson for tomorrow’s crunch Guinness Premiership clash against Bath at the Recreation Ground (2.15pm).
Rugby sevens star Andy Vilk has left it late, but finally his dream of competing on a World Cup stage is to come true in Dubai next month.
Winger Sean Lynch scored his 50th try in just 68 games to spearhead a comfortable win for South West Division 2 East leaders Reading.
London Irish, already weakened by international call-ups, crashed to their fourth Guinness Premiership defeat in five outings after playing with 14 men for an hour at Madejski Stadium.
Scrum-Half Peter Richards returns to the London Irish bench for the Guinness Premiership derby against his old club Harlequins at Madejski Stadium tomorrow (2.30pm).
We’ve got to show more discipline to stay in title race. Well, let’s not beat about the bush! If we are to going to top the Guinness Premiership table – or even reach the play-off finals
Redingensians head down the M4 tomorrow to take on South West Division 1 table-toppers Clifton in a re-arranged match at Cribbs Causeway (2.30pm).
Reading’s promotion hopes in South West Division 2 East suffered a set-back when they lost their top-of-table clash at Braywick Road on Saturday.